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natz

Oooooo, good one, Marina: once again you help me "see" something fresh and creative in these works. Yep, unconventional stained glass :) Thanks very much for your input, and cheers from Natalie

MarinaNephele

Lovely stained glass. Thanks. Marina.

bluebird42

I think you're right, Natalie, brain cells or something very like them.

natz

Jacki ... P.P.S: congrats for making the Leaderboard :)

natz

Jacki, I'm beginning to think that some of our brain cells are escaping while we're asleep ... floating around and making some kinda cosmic connection we can't see :) All my drawings are basically random fractal equations ... which I then take the liberty to "play" with! Your "map" description is very touching ... though this' accidental cartography:) I may have mentioned I lived on a hobby farm in rural Minnesota for about 17 years, and this city gal fell in love with the fields, open sky, farm animals, little woodland friends, birds ... and I'm really happy this sparked some nice thoughts for ya! Good wishes, from Natalie P.S. ditto on Leno :(

bluebird42

This is so close to a map of where I grew up that I can't make anything else out of it. We lived on the first (from the bottom) green road. The lighter green held the apple orchard and the chicken coop in the middle, corn field on the left. The second green road held our vet and his herd of holstein cows. He allowed us to ride his heifers (young female cows) -- not exactly horses, but the closest we could come. Apparently Jay Leno grew up further down that road to the left, but I grew up blissfully unaware of that fact. The superhighway (bluegreens and brown) could take us to Cambridge and Boston, traveling to the right on this map. And above (north) was the town of Andover, where I went to school.

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